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Nov 13, 2012 6:00am EST
democratic members of the house are introduced and house minority leader nancy pelosi joins a briefing with members of the upcoming 113th congress. we'll bring it live to you at noon eastern on c-span3. >> now, now, from cq roll call's election impact conference, a discussion on the new conference. roll call staffers talk about the newly-elected members, what leadership will look like for both parties and committee assignments. this is an hour. >> i'll start chatting while my colleagues come up to join us. the next panel, for those of you who are veterans of this conference, for some years tom and norm do the next bit, but we thought we'd mix it up this time because we have two people who are eminently qualified to talk about the new membership of congress and the new power structure in congress. on my right, jason dick who is the house editor at roll call, and to his right emily pierce who is the senate editor at roll call. so who better to discuss the structure in a congress that will be more demographically diverse than ever before. as your guide reminds you, after two consecutive congre
Nov 14, 2012 7:30am EST
. that's on c-span3 at 10 a.m. is to also at 10 a.m. decent on c-span2, house democratic leader nancy pelosi holds a news conference to talk about her future role in the democratic party. and president obama as also having a news conference today. live coverage on c-span2 at 1:30 p.m. eastern. >> from the red carpet to the national book foundation awards ceremony, watch tv online live later today. streaming video from the 63rd annual national book awards in new york city and red carpet interviews with nonfiction. all online live today at 6 p.m. eastern. and add your comments on evening at spent now the head of the federal trade commission, jon liebowitz. he spoke for half hour at "the wall street journal" ceo council meeting. [inaudible] [inaudible] [inaudible] >> one of the business community has generally embraced, called do not track which would allow consumers to opt out of third party tracking if they wanted to. it's a much more moderate approach and say that the you what they're debating, whether to allow any sort of collection of information at all. and if
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